Discussing How the Bureau Can Assist in Expanding Broadband in Rural Arkansas
September 01, 2020
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. – Attorney Martha Hill presented to the Arkansas Farm Bureau Rural Development Committee. She discussed how the Farm Bureau can assist in expanding broadband in rural Arkansas and provided an update on the ID program and the Electric Co Ops' participation.
Hill has extensive experience working as an advocate for clients before the Arkansas Legislature and the state executive branch. She provides government relations, bill lobbying and drafting services for clients in the area of utilities, healthcare, insurance, transportation, safety issues, finance, small business, corporate issues, education, communication and technology, including broadband, legal issues and historic preservation tax policy. She served in the President George H.W. Bush administration first at the U.S. Department of State in the Office of the Legal Adviser and then at the White House as Deputy Legal Adviser of the National Security Council staff.
About the Arkansas Farm Bureau
Formed in 1935, Arkansas Farm Bureau represents more than 190,000 member families around the state. They are a grassroots organization that advocates for and promotes agriculture throughout Arkansas, the region and the country. They connect consumers with the farmers and ranchers who work hard every day to provide the world with food, fiber and shelter. The Bureau speaks out on the issues that matter to farmers, ranchers and rural communities in the halls of government and they share the latest news, facts and stories about agriculture in Arkansas.
About Mitchell Williams
Mitchell, Williams, Selig, Gates & Woodyard, P.L.L.C. is a full-service corporate law firm that provides strategic, comprehensive legal services to help clients achieve their goals. Established in 1954, the firm has offices in Little Rock, Rogers and Jonesboro, Arkansas and Austin, Texas. For more information, visit MitchellWilliamsLaw.com.